The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1968 · Page 4
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Ftge Four - BlyfttviU* (Ark.) Courier New* - Friday, Jinuiry If, — Society News Fhyllis Reed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3 446 its of News onat Miss Sandra Kay Saliba Miss Saliba Engaged To Donald Graham Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saliba of Blythcville announce (he engagement and'approaching mar riage of their daughter, Sandra Kay, to Sgt. Escliol Donald Graham son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Graham of Milledgeville, Ga. -.'.' Miss Saliba is the grand- daughler of Mrs. J. A. Saliba of Blytheville and .the late Dr. Saliba, and Mrs. P. G. Kildow and the iale Mr. Kildow of Ardmore Okla. Sergeant Graham is the grandson of Mrs. Alma Adams and the Iale Mr. Adams of Milledgeville and Mrs. Lillian Graham and (he late Mr. Graham of Macon, Ga. Miss Saliba is 8 gradute of Blytheville..High School where she was a majorette. She graduated from Arkansas State University with Bachelor's Degree in Music Education and is presently teaching music in Hornersville, Mo., Junior High School. Sergeant Graham is a graduate of Baldwin County High School in Milledgeville where he lettered in basketball. He attended Georgia Military College in Milledgeville and is presently stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base. The couple are planning an early February wedding. peri 'iinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiiliililiiuilllililllllllllllllilllllllllllif Morgan Rainwater, Hendrix College freshman, Is assistant director of one of three plays to be presented at the college Friday and Saturday. He will assist in directing "The Typist" by Murray Schisgal. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Carolyn Sue Marshall Jewel of Blytheville Air Force Base is one of 545 Memphis State University graduates to receive degrees Jan. 20. Miss Jewel will receive a Bachelor of Fim Arts Degree. Ed Downs underwent surgerj last week at Chickasawba Hos pita!. He is now at home. S.Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Wil son of Hitdiin, England, an nounce the birth of their firs child, a daughter, born Jan. 4 She has been named Angela Kay. Mrs. Wilson is the former Miss Kay Campbell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Camp' bell of Blytheville and Mr. VVil son is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Wilson of Okmulgee Okla. First Presbyterian WOC Has Luncheon Meeting 'Birthday Party' Theme Of Officers' Wives' Club PTA Reports Blytheville Junior High School Parent - Teacher Association will meet Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 3 p.m. in the junior high cafe torium. Central Parent - Teacher Association will meet Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 3 p.m. The program concerning state legislation will be presented by State Rep. Walter Day. The executive board meeting will be held at 2:30 p.m. "Birthdays" was the theme of the Officer's Wives' Club January luncheon. The 12 luncheon tables had as centerpieces, cakes decorated in an appropiale motif for Hie month. The cakes were baked by the following Combat Support Group wives: Mrs. Edwin Klodzinski, Mrs. Richard Plack, Mrs. John Stobbe, Mrs. James Wadllngton, Mrs. Hunter Chapman, Mrs. William Dunn; Mrs. Conrad Marcotle. Mrs. Joseph Riggins, Mrs. Charles 'Edwards. Mrs. Jimmy Henson, Mrs. David Nathanson and Mrs. Richard Root. Mrs. Frank Saulock, Mrs. Marvin Lynch, Mrs. Raymond Hebert and Mrs. Robert Davis decorated the punch tables in the "birthday party" atmosphere. Dr. Robert Olson, base hospital commander, presented a program which included a speech, a movie and a question and answer session on the subject of "Sex Education for Today's Teenager." Mrs. S t a n f i e 1 d Frost announced the beginning of the Gourmet Club and a knitting class for the Officers' Wives' Club members. Variety Club Dance Is Saturday The Variety Club will have a dance Saturday night at the Women's Building at W a 1 k e r Park. The dance will begin at 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Hipp, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scrape and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Goff. The Executive Board of the Women of the Church of the First Presbyterian Church met Monday, Jan. 8, ,at 1 p.m. for a business meeting and luncheon. Mrs. Jim Thompkins and Mrs Conner Taylor were hostesses for the luncheon. Mrs. Arnold Britton, president presided over the business meeting. Mrs. J. E. Dicks gave the devotional. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved and Mrs. J. E. Dicks read the treasurer's report in the absence of treasurer, Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mrs. Jim Tompkins, Christian community action chairman, reported on the Christmas program and thanked all those who helped. Mrs. Driver Godley, ecumen ical missions chairman, reporl ed on the programs to be hell Reports from circles were: Circle One will meet witl Mrs. R. D. Hughes at 9:30 a.m Circle Two will meet witl Mrs. Driver Godley at 2:3(1 p.m.; Circle Three will meet with Mrs. Johnny White at 2:30 p.m Circle Four will meet with Mrs. Byron Morse at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Five will meet with Mrs. Sam Black at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Six will meet with Mrs Frank Grigsby at 7:30 p.m.; And Circle Seven, will veet with Mrs. Walker Milam a; 7:30 p.m. All meetings will be Monday Jan. 15. The meeting was adjournec by all present repeating the mizpah benediction. Miss Carla Janette Walters Miss Walters to Say Vows March 16 EVER HEAR OF BLUE LIPSTICK? Would you believe green or beige? These crazy sticks for the lips do a quick change and react beautifully with your own skin chemistry. Blue becomes your very own pink; green turns you prettily peachy and the beige will give you a bare, almost-there tint. So put on your crazy shades, big whirly earrings and join the scene that is geared to put zing into Low-Priced, High-Styled Clothes by Oleg Cassini Service Spotlight By Edilh Beck A second punch parly honoring ''Wives Home Alone" was held Friday, Jan. 5, at the Family Service Office. The party was for wives residing in this area whose husbands are serving unaccompanied PCS overseas tours. Guests were welcomed by Mrs. James Alexander and Mrs. William Bl.imey, tiostesses for the punch parly. The centerpiece of pink roses on a w,iite tablecloth was flanked by rose - colored candles in silver candelabra. Refreshments were homemade fruitcake, cookies, Russian tea and coffee. The door prize was matching cologne and powder awarded to one of (he guests. Mrs. Merlin Purvey, family service, coordinator, welcomed the guests and introduced Mrs. Eugene Minielta and Sgt. John Rupp. Sergeant Rupp advised the w i v e s of the many services available to them including the use of MARS Radio Station. Two Meetings Are Postponed Golden Age Club, scheduled to meet last night, postponed their meeting until a later date. The meeting will be announced. The group will meet at Parkview Nursing Home. Blytheville Jaycettes meet next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Jaycee Clubroom. The meeting scheduled for last night was candeled. By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Fashion Editor NEW YORK (AP) - Up to now the only daddies who could afford to keep the swinging young things in style have been the sugar daddies. One of the paradoxes today is that the only women who can really do justice to the thinny minifashions are the young who tend to be slim of purse, as well as slim figuratively. And high styles—hemlines and otherwise—tend to be high' ly expensive. While not many American de. signers seem to be defending the woman with wide girth and small purse, Oleg Cassini did frug to the microphone Thursday to defend the beautiful but impoverished young. Mrs. Gee Hosts Club . Thursday Club met yesterday in the home of Mrs. E. B. Gee Sr. Mrs. W. B. Tanner won high and Mrs. R. H. Kirby won second. • The club will play next week in the home of Mrs. F. E. Black Want small fry to enjoy their soup? Sprinkle the soup with cheese- flavored popcorn. Notice Of Meeting The annual meeting of the shareholders of the Blythevi I le Federal Savings and Loan Asso- ciation will be held in the office of the Presi- dent, 200 North Second Street, at 2:00 P.M. on Wednesday, January 17th, 1968. His program of low pricec high style was a part of the American Designer series, weeklong preview of spring col lections. Nothing was as elegant or un derstated as the gowns made for Mrs. John F. Kennedy when cassini was her official White House couturier. But nothing carried the Kennedy kind Of a price in the new young collection. Cassini was so happy aboul the matter that every now and then he raced to the runway to writhe-to the rock music with a pretty young model. By contrast in price the earlier program featured Christian Dior of New York with quietly pretty clothes that cost a pretty penny. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA FRIDAY & SATURDAY IKHHICOIOR" FROM WMMER BROS. Sun. • Men. • Tues. and • W«d. Mr. and Mrs. Arley K. Wai- ers of Blytheville announce he engagement of their daugii- er, Carla Janette, to Robert Conrad, son of Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Conrad of Vicks- urg, Miss. Miss Walters is a 1967 gradate of Dell High School where he was a cheerleader, a mem- er of the Future Homemakers f America, D Club, Glee Club nd Future Business Leaders 1 America. The bride-elect was elected Future Farmers of America weetheart" in 1967 and rep- esented Arkansas at the Na- onal Citizenship Short Course in Washington, D. C. She has recently completed her training at Eagle Beauty School. Mr. Conrad is a 1966 grad- Fine Hair Fine hair calls for accentuating the positive, eliminating the negative. On the plus side are its soft, silky qualities; t be eliminated is the lack o body. To do this, you mus achieve an illusion of thicknes beginning with the right hair style. The extra short cuts, cur rently gaining popularity, ar ideal since the weight of longe hair tends to pull and mak fine hair appear thinner. Shoul you decide on a new style, b sure to. have it done profession ally. uate of McClure High in St. Louis where he was a member of the Key Club : and various other school activities. He is presently attending Central Baptist College in Conway where he is majoring in mathematics. The couple will exchange their vows Marcii 16 at 2 p.m. at Beacon Baptist Church. Rev. Conrad, father of the Mrs. America Enterics Are Being Accepted Entries are now being accepted for the 51-state and District of Columbia competitions, which will precede the Mrs. America finals to be held next Aug. 14 through 23 in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. America of 1969. will sue- ceed Marlene Cochran of Shawnee Mission, Kan. The winner will r e c e i v e a three-week tour of South America as part of the $15,000 in prizes she will receive, including $4,000 in cash, a $500 wardrobe and a week's vacation in ?lorida with her husband. A postcard to the Mrs. Amerca Pageant, 333 N. Michigan )ring full information." The contest is open to all married women 21 to 55 years if age. Mrs. Lawrence .E. Dawson of 3 ine Bluff, is Mrs. Arkansas .968.' TOPS Club Will Meet Monday TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sen- ibly)' Club will meet Monday, an. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the 'ospitality Room of the First 'ational Bank. groom, -will mony. officiate the cere- Sweet Magic If your meringue never seems to come out the way you want it to, try using powdered instead of granulated sugar to add stiffness. Shine Mirrors A cup of borax added to washing water will bring shini to mirrors. 'a little child shall lead them" How can a child learn to find his place in the world, and make it a belter place to live? We would answer, by having the great treasures of the Bible opened up to him, and learning its lessons of love and spiritual power. That's what goes on every Sunday .at the Christian Science Sunday School. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SUNDAY SCHOOL Starts 9:36 a.m. Church Services 11:00 a.m. The Chrlitlan Science Society at Blytheville meets at th« Women's Club BuIUHng, 1416 West Main Street, Blytheville, Ark. Wt/com* f wyon* DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.m. MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices). Special Adult Prices 1 to 4 p.m. 75c - Children 35c. MOD. thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission SOc & 35c Friday Saturday & Sunday, Show continous from 2 p.m. 90o & 35c! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY (GA) SUN • MON. (A-MY) 0 TUES. Agirl, a boy, a tender, funny, terrible wedding' night HAYLfYMILlSJOHNMRlSHYWELBENNtTT-MAIiJORtERHOOGB TECHNICOLOR*OltblbutMl by WURWR BROS. COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THE AMBUSHERS — with Dean Martin .TAMING OF THE SHREW — With Elisabeth Taylor * sticnirl lurton COOL HAND U7KE - With Paul Newman

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